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HSK 3
old anecdote / stories passed on from former times
important news story / headline
news agency
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surname Wen
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to hear / news / well-known / famous / reputation / fame / to smell / to sniff at
HSK 5
China News Service website (chinanews.com)
news media
news conference
anecdote / fantastic story
funny news item / interesting anecdote
rumor
what one has seen and heard / knowledge / one's experience
HSK 6
well-known / famous / renowned / eminent
press release
headline
to smell / to sniff sth out / to perceive by smelling
scandal
sex scandal
State Administration for Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television (SAPPRFT) / abbr. to 廣電總局|广电总局
spokesman
Xuwen county in Zhanjiang 湛江, Guangdong
to love to hear and see (idiom) / well received / to one's liking
HSK 6
obscure and unknown (idiom); an outsider without any reputation / a nobody / an unknown quantity
Mainichi Shimbun, a Japanese daily newspaper
journalist
journalism
Newsweek magazine
Newsweek magazine / also written 新聞周刊|新闻周刊
to listen / to hear what sb says / news one has heard
the press / the media
to have heard what was said
State Council Information Office of the People's Republic of China
unpleasant smell / stink
General Administration of Press and Publication (PRC state censorship organization)
world-famous (idiom)
Wenxi county in Yuncheng 運城|运城, Shanxi
world-famous
to receive news (of)
world famous
to hear of / to hear about
Xuwen county in Zhanjiang 湛江, Guangdong
hear the wind and lose gall (idiom); terror-stricken at the news
seeing once is better than hearing a hundred times (idiom); seeing for oneself is better than hearing from many others / seeing is believing
headline news / title story
journalist
Wenxi county in Yuncheng 運城|运城, Shanxi
not to hear, not to question (idiom) / to show no interest in sth / uncritical / not in the least concerned
shocking / horrifying / atrocious / terrible
to be famous far and wide (idiom)
famous person
newsgroup
to learn sth through hearsay / to get wind of sth
Cable Network News (CNN)
what one hears and sees (idiom)
wide and knowledgeable / well-informed and experienced
unheard of / an extremely rare and unprecedented event
China News Service
Wen Yiduo (1899-1946), poet and patriotic fighter, executed by Guomindang in Kunming
to start practicing at the first crow of the cock (idiom) / to be diligent in one's studies
sex scandal
Asahi Shimbun (Japanese newspaper)
Business News / Sankei Shimbun (Tokyo daily)
to turn a deaf ear to (idiom); to pretend not to hear
to smell of sth / to smell like sth
ignorant and inexperienced / ill-informed and narrow-minded
heard / what one hears
to block one's ears and not listen (idiom); to turn a deaf ear
newsreader / anchor
lit. to hear one and know ten (idiom); fig. explain one thing and (he) understands everything / a word to the wise
Nikkei Shimbun, Japanese equivalent of Financial Times
to smell / to hear / knowledge / information
anecdote / apocryphal story
erudite / widely read and knowledgeable
media gossip / sensational news
famous / of good reputation
accounts / one's understanding
Shanghai Media Group
to hear suddenly / to learn of sth unexpectedly
variant of 軼聞|轶闻
freedom of the press
so I have heard (idiom) / the beginning clause of Buddha's quotations as recorded by his disciple, Ananda (Buddhism)
to sensationalize (idiom); deliberate exaggeration to scare people
news service / information agency
illustrious and influential / well-known
heard from time to time / one keeps hearing that...
Zhang Wentian (1900-1976), CCP party leader and theorist
Yomiuri Shimbun (Japanese newspaper)
I'd like to hear the details
unheard-of / unprecedented
to identify by smell / to detect a scent / to sniff out
to witness personally
obituary
to hear but not react (idiom); to turn a deaf ear / to ignore deliberately
to respond instantly / to act at once on hearing the news
to pay no attention to outside matters
Bloomberg News
(TCM) auscultation and smelling, one of the four methods of diagnosis 四診|四诊
to possess limited experience and knowledge (idiom)
oddity / news tidbits / strange and interesting item

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